The Book of Grace (Hardcover)
A deserted cabin... a mysterious stranger... a fading memory... a girl alone... Time keeps shifting, but will Grace be enough to save herself?
"There had been some kind of accident, Grace thought suddenly. She didn't know how she knew that, but she did. She didn't want to think about it. She didn't want to think about anything. Because there was a part of her, way down deep, that knew everything had been her fault."
Grace Meyer is a normal seventeen-year-old high school student who has mostly everything she ever wanted- popular friends, an awesome boyfriend and plenty of money. Everything every girl wants at that age. She also has an overbearing mother who's trying to plan her future and control her life.
When she finds herself in the forest, in a rundown cabin owned by a woman named Lucy who claims to be her mother's sister, Grace knows something has gone terribly wrong in her life. The problem is, she can't remember what that is. Traveling back and forth between a world of reality and an existence that feels slightly fantastical but infinitely more comfortable, Grace realizes that maybe her existence isn't really what it seems, and it's going to take a lot of soul-searching to find her way back-or forward-to where she truly belongs.